Future History EP

On-top-form Tomy DeClerque drops a massive 2 track EP on our label and effortlessly
reminds us all why he is quickly becoming one of the most sought after producers and remixers in the game.

 

Both tracks ooze quality from start to finish, perfectly showcasing Tomy's knack for blending percussive grooves and catchy hooks. All while throughly representing and maintaining the dancefloor-destroyer that characterizes a 1605 release.

 

A very very welcome addition to our burgeoning catalogue and surely one that expands our sonic palette while satisfying true fans of the Umek/1605 sound! Enjoy!


Releases

Future History EPartist(s): Tomy DeClerque
Planned History (Original Mix)

catalogue number: 1605-016
format: digital
release date: 11.11.2009


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Future History EPartist(s): Tomy DeClerque
Memories From The Future

catalogue number: 1605-016
format: digital
release date: 11.11.2009


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Future History EPartist(s): Tomy DeClerque
Planned History (Roman Gertz Remix)

catalogue number: 1605-016
format: digital
release date: 11.11.2009


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Selected feedbacks:

Stephan Bodzin - "great stuff for south-american inter festival tour ;-) will definitely play out planned history there!"
James Zabiela - "wicked stuff!"
Deepgroove - "This is exactly our kind of thing - bravo."
Sebastien Leger - "Tomy DeClerque makes some serious techno at the moment. Both Great !"
Tocadisco - "Tomy 's groove is fantastic... I love it!"
Hybrid - "More banning super uber quality techno from 1605.......Love it"
Lucca - "All three tracks have powerful groove."
D-Unity - "Memories from the Future great track!"
Fergie - "Love this will play for sure"
Popof - "Good job"
Cristian Varela - "Excellent tune, perfect for me!!"
Pig and Dan - "Wicked"
Psycatron - "two wicked tracks. full support."
Marco V - "great sound, will rock the dancefloor"
Spektre - "A huge EP from Tomy Declerque. Planned History is my favourite. Straight to the front of the box. Full support!"
Simon and Shaker - "Nasty as hell!!! Yeah, cool!"

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